VP Funds Dividends-Received Deduction

2019 VP Funds Dividends-Received Deduction for Corporate Investors

Use this to determine your dividends-received deduction for corporate investors.

To determine the amount that qualifies for the 70% dividends-received deduction for corporations, multiply the total ordinary distributions received during calendar year 2019 by the percentage found on the right of the appropriate fund.

* Ordinary dividends includes net investment income distributions and short-term capital gain distributions.

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On September 25, 2020, VP Income & Growth Fund's name changed to VP Disciplined Core Value Fund.

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